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Development Of The Smile And Fear Of Strangers In The First Year Of Life

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Development Of The Smile And Fear Of Strangers In The First Year Of Life


Published 1963


Shows the development of the smile and of the fear of strangers during the first year of life in identical and fraternal twins. Points out that identical twins show greater concordance. Infants become more selective as they grow, smiling only at familiar persons and being afraid of strangers.

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Producer Penn State Univ Psych Cinema Register
Audio/Visual sound, b&w

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Reviewer: Spuzz - favorite - August 16, 2015
Subject: I am frowning now and am fearing you Skip.
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